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Celebrate Earth Week 2015 at Roosevelt University, April 20-24

Earth Week / Bike2Campus Week is coming up at Roosevelt University in Chicago and Schaumburg! All week from April 20 through 24, students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to get involved in many sustainability-related events. Get On Your Bikes! Students, … Continue reading

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Lights Out for Earth Hour 2015 on March 28th

On Saturday, March 28 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Roosevelt University will be participating in “Lights out for Earth Hour 2015” in conjunction with millions of people across the globe! The movement, originally started in 2007, has grown tremendously … Continue reading

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Good Food Festival & Conference at UIC, March 19-21

The Good Food Festival & Conference at the UIC Forum in Chicago on March 19-21 is excited to offer a student discount! The conference houses the biggest trade show in the country for local, sustainable food businesses and is the perfect place to network … Continue reading

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Roosevelt’s Great Library Book Giveaway: March 16-20

The Roosevelt University Library invites students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends to the 2nd Annual Great Library Book Giveaway in the Murray-Green Library, March 16th to 20th, 2015. Books included in the giveaway are old editions withdrawn from the library collection … Continue reading

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Composting Workshop in the South Loop on March 28

An announcement from the Alliance for a Greener South Loop: Do you want to live a more sustainable lifestyle?  Are you concerned about the environment? How much food scraps and old leftovers are you throwing in the garbage? Learn how to turn kitchen … Continue reading

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Ann Keating Presents “Rising Up! Women at the Birth of Chicago” for Friends of the Chicago Portgage on March 7th

Please join the Friends of the Chicago Portage on Saturday, March 7th, 2015, for the 3rd in their “Women of Early Chicago” series for 2015, “Rising Up! Women at the Birth of Chicago!!” Ann Durkin Keating, professor of history at North … Continue reading

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Trail Development Proposal for Ladd Arboretum in Evanston To Be Discussed on Feb 17th

The City of Evanston will host a community workshop on Tuesday, February 17, 6 p.m.to 8 p.m., to discuss the proposed changes to trails in the Ladd Arboretum, a 17-acre nature preserve on the north side of Evanston. The workshop … Continue reading

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